Judge: Prior gun incidents not relevant
SOMERVILLE, N.J. -- Jayson Williams won key pretrial rulings in his manslaughter case as a state judge refused to allow prosecutors to introduce evidence that the retired NBA star killed his dog with a shotgun and then ordered a witness at gunpoint to bury the animal.
Superior Court Judge Edward M. Coleman also Wednesday declined
to permit the jury to hear about a pistol discharge at the
Meadowlands sports complex that resulted in Williams being ordered
to make speeches and place advertisements ...
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